New Hampshire may look small from a distance, but this state is one place where appearances can be deceiving. From tree-topped mountains to history-filled valleys, stone wall rimmed roads to picturesque villages, the breadth and beauty of New Hampshire’s natural and cultural attractions is impressive. It’s also a postcard-perfect place to plan a wedding, which leads us to the reason we’re all here today: determining the details of your New Hampshire wedding. Here are a few of the best vendors in the area to help you get started.
New Hampshire Wedding Venues
When in Dover, look to the Rivermill at Dover Landing for your wedding. We wouldn’t tease – this place is pretty. A brick and wood beam structure built in the 1800s, the Rivermill is filled with tall, arched windows that offer incredible views of the nearby City Hall clock tower, Henry Law Park, and the Cocheco River. An ideal setting for weddings of all themes, the venue is pretty enough to serve as a background on its own but can also be styled in nearly any manner. As a plus, the Rivermill has a long list of area recommendations for brides covering everything from catering to photography. Red Jacket Mountain is another New Hampshire wedding location with its own appeal. On-site wedding planners are available to assist you on your day, and the mountains in the background make for an exceptional setting summer or winter.
Meanwhile, the Maplewood Country Club and Resort takes the idea of a resort to an entirely different level. A seriously unique facility, this hotel and wedding venue is made up of an incredible, stone-accented building, expansive grounds, and wide open views of the White Mountains across a championship golf course. Maplewood makes certain it gives its couples the attention they deserve by limiting its venue to one wedding per day and dedicating its staff and gourmet chef to assisting at your celebration.